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HTTP API concepts Page Ditto’s HTTP API follows some concepts which are documented on this page. The entry point into the HTTP API is: http://localhost:8080/api/<apiVersion> API versioning Ditto’s HTTP API is versioned in the URL: /api/<apiVersion>. Currently Ditto distinguishes between API version 1 and API version...
HTTP API Messages Page The HTTP API allows sending Messages to and from Things and its Features. To dive into the basic concepts of the Messages functionality, please have a look at the Messages page. Tip: Check out the WebSocket Messages API if you also need...
HTTP API overview Page Ditto’s HTTP API is documented separately in the HTTP API Doc. There you can explore the two different API versions (the difference is described in the Basic Overview). Ditto does not provide a fully compliant RESTful API in the academic sense as it does not include hyperlinks...
HTTP API Run in Postman Page Use Postman and import the Ditto Postman collection which can be downloaded here: Ditto Postman collection Ditto Postman environment for sandbox
WebSocket protocol binding Page Ditto Protocol messages can be sent as is as WebSocket message. The Ditto Protocol JSON must be sent as UTF-8 encoded String payload. WebSocket features The WebSocket provides an alternative to the HTTP API in order to manage your digital twins. The benefits of the...
HTTP API search Page The search aspect of Ditto can be accessed via an HTTP API. Note: Find the HTTP API reference at the Search resources. The concepts of the RQL expression, RQL sorting and RQL paging are mapped to HTTP as query...
HTTP API server sent events (SSE) Page HTML5 SSEs may be used in order to get notified when the state of digital twins change. This is the second mechanism of Ditto in order to get change...